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    Quote Originally Posted by Kostattoo View Post
    Majesticii to get that 670 in did you have to remove the OD/floppy cages? Can you remove the floppy and keep the OD one? Also how big is the back plate cut for a big cooler like Evo?
    I have between this case (micro one tho) and Aerocool's dead silence for a few days and cannot decide yet. Although i like Aerocool's more there seems to be a small cut (odd) at backplate.
    Backplate i cannot tell you because i have the mini-itx version. Which would make a backplate cutout rather silly.
    About the OD, i didn't really look at it that much. Basicly took it out by automation. I CAN tell you that you can use the OD tray and a fullsize graphics card, but you have to remove one of the 120mm fans on top. And you can't use a top H105/H100i for example.

    But err... who uses floppy and disc these days D: Dat shit is beyond unconvenient.

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    Cool thanks, i was interested, if i was going for it, to remove the floppy but keep the OD. On same cases the OD and floppy are bolted together so you dont have the choice to keep OD only.

    Ohhhh, you know why i asked about the backplate? Cause on the website i usually shop it show's backplate on side for the mini! After your reply had a look at bitfenix website...mini is horizontal backplate and micro vertical...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    If you are going to drop more than 100 bucks on audio hardware, go to a proper high-end audio store and try it out. Actually listening to music through the headphones and seeing if you like it is worth so much more than a dozen people telling you what they sound like.
    I feel the following should be mentioned, though:

    15-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
    Try Asgard 2 in your own house for 15 days. If you don’t like it, simply send it back for a refund, minus a 5% transaction fee. Try spending 15 days in an audio store. They’ll kick you out. Unless you buy them donuts. Maybe.

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    So i didn't really like the subwoofer setup, my room is too small and I didn't feel like the A5+'s and ASW610 complemented eachother and it was hard to crossover when the A5+'s essentially stop around 120hz (eventhough the sheet says 50hz +-1.5db).

    So i brought it back for a partial refund + B&W P7's.

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    They sound unlike any headset i've tried. You really don't have the notion you're listening to cans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maconi View Post
    Just moved so walls and etc. are pretty plain and cable management non-existant. Here's an overall pic though:

    Everything can change color except the Blackwidow, so I just made everything green to match for the pic lol.

    Hey dude, i saw picture of your Computer Desk and i wanna ask you for dimensions if it's not problem because i really like it.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majesticii View Post
    So i didn't really like the subwoofer setup, my room is too small and I didn't feel like the A5+'s and ASW610 complemented eachother and it was hard to crossover when the A5+'s essentially stop around 120hz (eventhough the sheet says 50hz +-1.5db).

    So i brought it back for a partial refund + B&W P7's.

    They sound unlike any headset i've tried. You really don't have the notion you're listening to cans.
    B&W is legit. Good choice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by protput View Post
    B&W is legit. Good choice!
    Yeah, even given the steep price, i'm having no buyers-remorse with this one. Takes a while for it to open up though. Some reviews say it's actually a matter of days/weeks.

    But they already sound better than my A5's. That's for sure.
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    Awesome gaming computers, you are lucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majesticii View Post
    Yeah, even given the steep price, i'm having no buyers-remorse with this one. Takes a while for it to open up though. Some reviews say it's actually a matter of days/weeks.

    But they already sound better than my A5's. That's for sure.
    You'll definitely see some change after several weeks. General rule of them for quality headphones, allow "burn in" time before judging them.

    P7's look like a work of art. Though I'd personally be hesitant to make that kind of purchase. Between all the leather, I wouldn't look forward to sweaty ears or the possibility of the headband tugging at my hair. Personal taste aside, those are absolutely beautiful cans.
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    Phenom ITX, so far:






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    Very tasty looking build you've got there.

    What's that in the lower drivecage though? Akust something.

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    maybe this? i duno
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenvalley View Post
    Very tasty looking build you've got there.

    What's that in the lower drivecage though? Akust something.
    It's a fan controller for the 230mm up front. The display shows RPM.

    I removed all the side panel I/O. Going to flip it over to the opposite side and install a large window that dips down to showcase the fan controller. I have the window but it will be a few weeks before I can get to the tools to cut the panel.

    Here's a close up of the controller:


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    Interesting. As for the rest of the specs, Imma make a guess...

    Motherboard's an MSI Z77iA-E53.
    So the processor is probably an i5 2500k or 3570k.
    RAM is G.Skill Ares, presumably 8GB kit unless you went baller.
    Graphics card is an EVGA GTX 660 far as I can tell.
    The exact brand of your AIO cooler isn't really visible, but at least I'm pretty sure it's one of Asetek's generic models.

    Anyhow, it looks pretty darn good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenvalley View Post
    Interesting. As for the rest of the specs, Imma make a guess...

    Motherboard's an MSI Z77iA-E53.
    So the processor is probably an i5 2500k or 3570k.
    RAM is G.Skill Ares, presumably 8GB kit unless you went baller.
    Graphics card is an EVGA GTX 660 far as I can tell.
    The exact brand of your AIO cooler isn't really visible, but at least I'm pretty sure it's one of Asetek's generic models.

    Anyhow, it looks pretty darn good.
    • MSI Z77IA-E53
    • i5-2500k @ 4.4GHz
    • G Skill Ares 8GB DDR3-2133
    • EVGA GTX 660Ti 2GB FTW Sig 2
    • Intel BXRTS2011LC (Made by Asetek)

    Thanks. It should be pretty slick once I'm finished with it (I hope). I had to change it up because I broke my old case (Cubitek Mini Cube) attempting to redo the cable management. That's why the hardware is older. It keeps up with everything I play at 1080p, though. Once DDR4 hits I'll probably splurge on a 4K outfit.

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    Dang, almost got it. What's powering it? Is it a Corsair PSU w/ Gunmetal Gray cable kit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drunkenvalley View Post
    Dang, almost got it. What's powering it? Is it a Corsair PSU w/ Gunmetal Gray cable kit?
    The PSU is an XFX TS550 non-modular (refresh of their Core series). The cables are Bitfenix extensions.

    Storage is a Sandisk 128GB SSD (OS), a Seagate 750GB SSHD (Games), and a Seagate 1TB 7200RPM HDD (Storage & Media). The SSD and SSHD are in WD Ice Packs.

    And yes, I realize the heat sinks are unnecessary. I used them for a more uniform look.

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    Great looking video card!

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    Long time fan of this thread!

    Finally got around to building my 4K mITX Hackintosh build.

    Here are the pics:













    P.S. Dell UP2414Q is an amazing screen.
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    Any specs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheezusCrust View Post
    Any specs?
    Sorry, here is the spec list:

    CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor
    CPU Cooler: Corsair H60 54.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard
    Memory: Kingston HyperX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory
    Storage: Samsung 840 EVO 250GB 2.5" Solid State Disk
    Storage: Western Digital WD Green 2TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive
    Video Card: Zotac GeForce GTX 760 4GB Video Card
    Case: Silverstone Tek Aluminum Tower Computer Case FT03B-Mini - Black
    Power Supply: Silverstone Strider Gold 450W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular SFX Power Supply
    Monitor: Dell UP2414Q 60Hz 23.8" Monitor
    Case Fan: NoiseBlocker NB-BlackSilentPro PK-3 90.0 CFM 140mm Fan
    Keyboard: Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire XT Wired Slim Keyboard
    Mouse: Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse Wired Laser Mouse

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